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International praise for 'reformed' Burma is premature - and dangerous | Zoya Phan

There are 1 comment on the The Guardian story from Feb 1, 2013, titled International praise for 'reformed' Burma is premature - and dangerous | Zoya Phan. In it, The Guardian reports that:

Hillary Clinton, pictured above with President Thein Sein, has cited Burma as a success of her term as secretary of state.

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Roman

Belgrade, Serbia

#1 Feb 1, 2013
who is Zoya Phan anyway? she is an insignificant person supported by the English media.
Rome was not built in one day. whatever positive steps the Burmese government is taking, marginalized people like Zoya Phan have to undermine them.
she does not belong to Burma. She belongs to the colonial past. The seemingly left wing and liberal Guardian of England is still colonial in attitude and malevolent to Burma, like most English media.
TAKE NO NOTICE OF HER COMMENT. SHE IS A NOTHING.

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